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This was 20 minutes ago. We can show you those pictures of the owners from Thailand, the chairman and vice-chairman, arriving Inspector killer fashion by helicopter as is their one. They want -- arriving in spectacular fashion.
Mashable
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Some members of the press, ourselves included, have had Nintendo's Switch console for a few days now in advance of its March 3 release. And some members of the press, ourselves not included, have reported issues with the left Joy-Con controller. Left shark would be (even more) ashamed if this was 2015. SEE ALSO: All the ways I played with Nintendo's new Switch console today The left Joy-Con controller, these other early Switch owners report, seems to occasionally register movement with a delay. Though it was initially suspected to be a de-sync issue, closer inspection by YouTube channel GameXplain shows that it could more likely be an occlusion issue depending on how the controller is gripped or positioned. And actually, in that case, it's an issue that could affect both controllers. Read more... More about Joy Con , Nintendo Switch , Nintendo , Gaming , and Entertainment
Evening Standard
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Voice Of America
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“There is no real tangible evidence that there is an increase in crime because of migrants. On the contrary, research shows that immigrants who go to South Africa do not harm the long-term employment prospects and wages of native-born workers. In fact, quite a lot of them create small businesses. And, in fact, most of those who are being targeted now are small-business owners,” he said. Viriri told VOA that IOM fears the violence could get worse because migrants say they plan to mobilize themselves for their own protection. “Right now, what is happening is that we have also a situation whereby some of the migrants, unlike last time, say they are going to protect themselves and by that virtue sort of escalate the whole situation. Before, we did not have maybe a situation whereby the migrants said they were going to stand up for themselves or not wait for police protection.
Techradar
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Google has announced it's going forward with a new way to text on an Android phone, swapping out the default Messenger app for a new texting app called Android Messages. Besides the (ever so slight) name change, the switch to Android Messages promises to bring a smarter texting experience by adding Rich Communications Services, or RCS, features to the app. Specifically, enabling RCS on Android Messages allows features like group chat, high-resolution image sharing, and those little "Read" tags that let you know someone's seen your message. This would allow Android Messages to work more on par with the likes of WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Apple's own Messages service (to an extent), which have quickly become the go-tos for mobile messaging due to a wider set of features. More features, more problems Though more features should be seen as a nearly unanimously good thing for Android owners, the switch to an RCS-enabled texting platform could come with its share of setbacks.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SEMI-DETACHED house which has stood derelict for more than 10 years on Scunthorpe's Ashby Road will be sold at a public auction next week. The owners of the property alongside The Mandarin Chinese take away are seeking bids in the region of £15,000. MORE: £47k windfall for popular town park The Ashby Road house will be among five lots to be sold off by Leonards of Hull at the Humber Bridge Country Hotel in Barton-upon-Humber on March 1 at 2pm. The other properties are on...
Sky News
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.. Somebody that probably would deserve the Leicester stadium to be named Claudio Ranieri. Owners who have bankrolled project you have they simply cannot afford relegation. Who ever does replace Claudio Ranieri will know one thing, The King is an impossible act to follow.
Sky News
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And the club's Thai owners have sacked Ranieri. Sky's Tom Parmenter has been speaking to supporters in Leicester about their former manager's shattered dreams. There is a mural in Leicester that started as a tribute to one man, The King.
Cotswold Journal
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A HISTORIC pub has re-opened under new owners promising to brew their own ales.
Politico
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Back in November, Breitbart began the process to secure official Capitol Hill credentials. On Friday, the site's CEO Larry Solov appeared before the Standing Committee of the Senate Press Gallery and revealed, for what is believed to be the first time, who owns the right-wing nationalist site that has grown exponentially in influence over the past few years. According to BuzzFeed's Steve Perlberg, who live-tweeted the meeting, Solov revealed that the owners are himself, founder Andrew Breitbart's widow Susie Breitbart, and the Republican-mega donor family the Mercers. Breitbart's family owns the largest stake. Within the rules of admission to the gallery, there is a clause that states the person and organization holding the pass must not be engaged in any lobbying or paid advocacy, advertising, publicity or promotion work for any individual, political party, corporation, organization, or agency of the U.
ITV
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The amazing Leicester City! Less than 300 days ago they became the most unlikely champions in history. A fairy tale written by Claudio Ranieri. Supposedly an impossible feat in the modern game. But all sentimentality was cast aside after Champions League defeat in Seville this week. The club's billionaire owners deciding, despite a rare Jamie Vardy goal, enough was enough. Today the owners left Ranieri's assistant to deny outright that some players lobbied for the Italian's dismissal.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SEMI-DETACHED house which has stood derelict for more than 10 years on Scunthorpe's Ashby Road will be sold at a public auction next week. The owners of the property alongside The Mandarin Chinese take away are seeking bids in the region of £15,000. MORE: £47k windfall for popular town park The Ashby Road house will be among five lots to be sold off by Leonards of Hull at the Humber Bridge Country Hotel in Barton-upon-Humber on March 1 at 2pm. The other properties are on...
BBC One Wales
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41-year-old Dean Cronin, and 28-year-old Daniel Gordon, were behind a campaign to steal luxury vehicles from driveways across south Wales. Both admitted conspiring to handle stolen goods. Police in Llangennech say they don't believe the slashing of tyres in the village is linked to a row over changing the local primary school to Welsh-medium education only. Dyfed-Powys Police confirmed they were investigating reports of damage, but said the car owners didn't believe they had been targeted because of the issue.
Cotswold Journal
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A HISTORIC pub has re-opened under new owners promising to brew their own ales.
BBC News 24
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Retaining Premier League status is everything for owners. However, this is Claudio Ranieri, the miracle worker that is now out of work. Just truly breached the goal this club said that they were right behind him and just nine months on from arguably the greatest shock and miracle in Premier League history, perhaps in all of sport, he is gone.
Sky News
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Thanks John. Leicester City's ousted manager Claudio Ranieri says his dream has died. Having led Leicester City to a fairytale Premier League title last season, Claudio Ranieri left the club's training ground for the last time today. His sacking last night came as a shock to many Leicester fans, despite their team's poor form this year. But, according to Sky sources, it may have been because senior players told the club's owners they were unhappy with his leadership.
Forbes
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BBC News 24
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They will still collect their wages. Interestingly, the Thai owners released a statement and said there are 1 million things to do to make our club survive.
BBC News 24
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There are some suggestions that perhaps the players were fed up with the way he had been managing them this season, changing the line-up of the team quite a lot. The owners were reacting to what the players have complained about? I think that is quite possible. Craig Shakespeare, who has been the assistant manager and still is, he was put forward to speak to the media, a rather thankless task.
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Leicester's Thai owners stress that the club is in crisis, that they acted to help the club survive. They urge Leicester fans to try to understand. I was very disappointed. I wasn't shocked, because obviously were not playing too well. But I was disappointed because I think after what happened last season, he definitely deserved to stay with us until the end of the season, even if we got relegated.